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Old October 17th, 2012, 11:08 AM   #401
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Based on the current MRT plans (line 1 + the first phase of line 2), and the possible 'revived' monorail plans (see above), I made a map of these two systems combined. The two projects have been developed independently, but they seem to complement each other well. The only thing would be that the blue and red line cross each other without direct transit possibility.

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Old October 17th, 2012, 01:57 PM   #402
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^The pic ain't working for me

From your description it does sound like a great start tho, especially considering the plans have probably been created without trying to create a good combined network. As for the transfer, would there be space for stations there? if so, it's IMO a no-brainer this early on in the system.
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Old October 17th, 2012, 03:12 PM   #403
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I uploaded the image now to another website, hopefully now it's working.

I think the transit issue is easy to solve, by moving the (underground) 'Benhil' station on the MRT line a little bit north (around 500 metres). 'Benhil' (short for Bendungan Hilir) is currently planned next to the inner ring road, serving the Plaza Semanggi shopping mall and a university. The WTC station is a little further along the same road, next to the Le Meridién hotel.
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It's working now, yes

Moving a station about 500 meters sounds do-able at this early stage, especially since it doesn't have to be the full 500m, having them 100m apart with a connecting moving walkway is probably enough (and leaves space for a station for a third line in between! )
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Old October 18th, 2012, 02:21 PM   #405
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Jokowi looks to resurrect monorail plan

On his first day in office, Jakarta Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo met with State-Owned Enterprises Minister Dahlan Iskan to discuss ways to solve the city’s traffic woes, including a plan to revive the abandoned monorail project.

“I want the project to be presented to me again, because I want to understand why it was stopped,” Jokowi said after the meeting on Tuesday.

Former governor Fauzi Bowo called off the project in 2011, three years after its developer, PT Jakarta Monorail, halted construction due to legal and financial problems.

Earlier this year, the city administration under Fauzi announced that it planned to use the concrete columns left by the initial construction phase for part of an elevated bus rapid transit (BRT) project.

However, state-owned construction firm PT Adhi Karya announced in August that it wanted to revive the project. Dahlan backed the plan, saying that a monorail was necessary to help ease traffic congestion in the capital.

The Jakarta Development Planning Board (Bappeda) maintains that an elevated BRT system is more suitable for Jakarta’s conditions than a monorail. A monorail would be less feasible as it would require a huge amount of investment and subsidy, Bappeda’s head, Sarwo Handayani, said.

PT Adhi Karya’s president director, Kiswodarmawan, said he would meet with Deputy Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama on Friday to present the company’s plan regarding the project’s revival. He declined to disclose details of the project, however, which he said would cost about Rp 3.7 trillion (US$390 million).

Earlier on Tuesday, Jokowi visited Pademangan subdistrict, North Jakarta, where he asked residents to collaborate with the Public Works Agency to clean the area’s waterways ahead of the rainy season. He said he had found drains in the area to be dirty, many of them clogged with garbage and mud, which prevented the flow of water and contributed to flooding in the area.

“I have seen many dirty tributaries here and I have asked neighborhood heads and residents to help clean them. I’ll give them a week,” he said during his field visit to three densely populated areas in the city.

He added that residents would receive assistance from the agency to clean the clogged waterways. “The Public Works Agency will provide sacks, trucks and equipment to move the garbage, if necessary. Residents should be involved in the clean-ups, so that they make a contribution,” Jokowi said.

He added that the administration had prepared the budget so that the work could be started immediately. Pademangan is one of North Jakarta’s flood-prone areas during the rainy season due to clogged drains.

Besides visiting Pademangan, Jokowi, who was accompanied by several agency heads, also visited Tanah Tinggi Kota Paris in Central Jakarta and the Ciliwung River in Bukit Duri in South Jakarta.

In Tanah Tinggi, Jokowi made notes about problems faced by residents living in low-cost apartments in the district, and asked the relevant agency heads with him at the time to focus on improving conditions in the apartments.

When visiting the Sanggar Ciliwung Merdeka community organization in Bukit Duri, he discussed with residents the possible design of low-cost apartment blocks, known as kampung deret (a row of villages).

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...rail-plan.html
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Old October 21st, 2012, 02:35 PM   #406
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Since Jakarta has a new governor (now 6 days), the developments are very rapid. The new governor has asked the MRT developer to give him more information, to get more insight in the project and its massive investments.

Yesterday, deputy governor Basuki, the provincial transportation department and construction company Adhi Karya had a meeting about the possible continuation of the abandoned monorail project (as said above). It has immediately been decided to restart the project.

Compared to the original plan above, there are some changes. Adhi Karya has proposed to build the green line as above in my map, and two other lines.

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In its presentation, Adhi Karya revealed that instead of having only two lines — the blue and green lines — the monorail would have three lines, including one that circles Jakarta from Cawang to Ancol. (...) “We are submitting an entirely new proposal, so it has nothing to do with the past. Adhi Karya does not want to deal with the past," he said. (...) He added that one of the lines his company was proposing was one linking Bekasi to Cawang.
Source: The Jakarta Globe
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 04:02 AM   #407
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Jakarta Says MRT Is Back on Track
The Jakarta administration has confirmed that it is moving ahead with the planned mass rapid transit project. (...) Basuki said that other than that, the overall plan of the MRT should remain unchanged, pointing out that making changes at this stage would prompt delays and cause the budgets to balloon.
Source: The Jakarta Globe
The new governor (Joko Widodo) has been skeptical about the MRT project because of the high price. But now it seems that they have agreed with the price. The plan was to start construction before the end of this year. Maybe there is a little bit delay now but Basuki (vice governor) has said that the tender will continue before the end of the month.
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Old December 4th, 2012, 04:16 PM   #408
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Between all the MRT news, also some news about the TransJakarta bus rapid transit network.
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New Tanjung Priok-Pluit TransJakarta Corridor Set for January Launch
A new TransJakarta busway corridor connecting Tanjung Priok to Pluit in North Jakarta will begin full operations next month.

The head of the Jakarta Transportation Office, Udar Pristono, said the capital administration had opened the tender for the operator that will serve Corridor XII, with crews still finishing construction of the route’s bridges.

“God willing, the launching of Corridor XII will be done in January 2013,” Pristono said. (SOURCE: The Jakarta Globe)
This new BRT line (number 12) runs in North Jakarta, parallel to the Java Sea coast. There are interchanges with four other lines (1, 5, 9 and 10). Some important stops are at Tanjung Priok sea port, Jakarta Kota railway station and the Mangga Dua shopping centre. The total route is 24 kilometres.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 10:14 AM   #409
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Between all the MRT news, also some news about the TransJakarta bus rapid transit network.


This new BRT line (number 12) runs in North Jakarta, parallel to the Java Sea coast. There are interchanges with four other lines (1, 5, 9 and 10). Some important stops are at Tanjung Priok sea port, Jakarta Kota railway station and the Mangga Dua shopping centre. The total route is 24 kilometres.
great. Finally i have the ability to go the Tanjung Priok sea port by using the TransJakarta.
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Old December 28th, 2012, 10:33 AM   #410
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Construction update: Trans Jakarta - Line 12


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Old December 28th, 2012, 01:24 PM   #411
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Thanks for the pictures! In picture 7 it looks like it's almost impossible to walk on the bridge, under the fly-over.

About the MRT and monorail, I copied the main points from an article in the Jakarta Globe today.
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Fate of Jakarta MRT and Monorail to Be Decided in 2013
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo on Friday said a decision on the capital's MRT and monorail projects would likely have to wait until next year, having previously indicated that he expected to have the issue squared away by the end of this month.
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He said he hoped to provide time for the company Jakarta Monorail (JM) to prepare all the documents necessary to begin work on the monorail project by Jan. 15.
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Regarding the MRT project, Joko said he had sent a letter to the Finance Ministry requesting a reduced share of the financing burden. The proposal called for a 60:40 financing split between the central and capital governments.
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I wonder if there is something like "mind your head" sign over there.
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23 new buses for line 1. 43 more to come this month.
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23 new buses for line 1. 43 more to come this month.
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Old January 10th, 2013, 03:35 AM   #415
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Direct Service concept for Trans Jakarta.







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Commuter train.

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what a traffic jam at jakarta street area....
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